At 09:39 27/02/2013 +0000, Pierre Masci wrote:
Hello, with "Home" i can move to the start of the current row. How
can i do the same thing with a column?
I don't know that you can. But Ctrl+up-arrow may help. If the cell
immediately above is occupied, this moves to the top of the current
block of data. If it is not, this moves to the nearest cell (that
is, the lowest) in the next contiguous block of data in the
column. So repeated use of Ctrl+up-arrow will get you to the top of
the column. This will work easily if most cells in your spreadsheet
are occupied, but will be pretty useless with sparse data.
Note that you can move about in similar ways using combinations of
Ctrl plus the other three arrow keys.
I trust this helps.
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